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    Opera Lively Moderator Top Contributor Member Amfortas's Avatar
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    Interesting that this is just coming out as a CD now, since the DVD has been available for nearly a decade.

    Last edited by Ann Lander (sospiro); January 15th, 2018 at 03:11 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amfortas View Post
    Interesting that this is just coming out as a CD now, since the DVD has been available for nearly a decade.
    That was the case with the Glyndebourne Theodora that was released earlier this year. It would seem Glyndebourne are releasing loads of recorded performances.

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    Orchestra Symphonic Orchestra of the Teatro Verdi, Salerno
    Daniel Oren

    Isabelle: Patrizia Ciofi
    Alice: Carmen Giannattasio
    Robert: Bryan Hymel
    Bertram: Alastair Miles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schigolch View Post


    Orchestra Symphonic Orchestra of the Teatro Verdi, Salerno
    Daniel Oren

    Isabelle: Patrizia Ciofi
    Alice: Carmen Giannattasio
    Robert: Bryan Hymel
    Bertram: Alastair Miles
    Interesting considering the news today from ROH. Bryan Hymel (Énée in Les Troyens) is singing Robert.
    "Every theatre is an insane asylum, but an opera theatre is the ward for the incurables."

    FRANZ SCHALK, attributed, Losing the Plot in Opera: Myths and Secrets of the World's Great Operas

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    HC take a look, Handel Theodora with Lorraine Hunt in deluxe digibook format.
    This is different cast from the other Christie conducted Theodora on Erato label, do your duty (buy buy buy)

    The only question is how is live sound quality, same cast as this DVD......
    (Amazon reviews say live sound is very good)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark_Angel View Post

    HC take a look, Handel Theodora with Lorraine Hunt in deluxe digibook format.
    This is different cast from the other Christie conducted Theodora on Erato label, do your duty (buy buy buy)

    The only question is how is live sound quality, same cast as this DVD......
    (Amazon reviews say live sound is very good)

    I have both (all three, rather), and I prefer the live Glyndebourne one to the other Christie recording with Daneman et al. Sound is fine, although not of studio quality, as one would expect.

    But really, this is the only Theodora CD recording that features the Irene of Lorraine Hunt Leberson. You really can't afford not to have it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark_Angel View Post

    HC take a look, Handel Theodora with Lorraine Hunt in deluxe digibook format.
    This is different cast from the other Christie conducted Theodora on Erato label, do your duty (buy buy buy)

    The only question is how is live sound quality, same cast as this DVD......
    (Amazon reviews say live sound is very good)

    Thanks for the notice, my friend. I noticed it already (the new digital whatever format) but realised it is the same cast as the DVD production, which I already have. I also have the other Christie version with Les Arts Florissants. Hmmm, so I'm not sure if I want to double up. What's the new format supposed to be like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aksel View Post
    But really, this is the only Theodora CD recording that features the Irene of Lorraine Hunt Leberson. You really can't afford not to have it.
    Yes, it is a very fine version. I have many other versions of Theodora and the one other version that I would recommend is under Paul McCreesh.


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    YES!!! According to his unofficial web site, this recording is supposed to be released in February. Since he'll be in North America around that time, singing Parsifal at the Met, among other things, there's a good chance it may actually be released on this side of the pond at the same time it comes out in Europe. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if Decca and his management arranged some sort of special promotional event at the Met Shop in connection with the release.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAuer View Post


    YES!!! According to his unofficial web site, this recording is supposed to be released in February. Since he'll be in North America around that time, singing Parsifal at the Met, among other things, there's a good chance it may actually be released on this side of the pond at the same time it comes out in Europe. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if Decca and his management arranged some sort of special promotional event at the Met Shop in connection with the release.
    It will be interesting to see if they repeat the selections from here, where 5 out of the 10 arias are already by Wagner.
    Natalie

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    Back in the days when Domingo was a tenor he did this. So far it has only been available in a box set with other operas, so I'll be glad to get it separately. I've seen it on YouTube in poor quality.

    Natalie

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    Nice little line-up: Scarlatti: La Dirindina; Cimarosa: Il Maestro Di Cappella; Sarro: Lőimpresario Delle Canarie / Cirri, Orchestra Ars Cantus

    Natalie

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